三名中国国防大学的军官勇敢攻击伊拉克恐怖分子的悲壮一幕

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  1. wushuren

    wushuren 综合杂谈名誉斑竹 ID:324

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    谢谢

    如果是有预谋的谋杀,专门冲着这些中国军官去的。。。。。,那么。。。。。
     
  2. lostseason

    lostseason 新手上路 ID:56466

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    以色列国土报(Ha'aretz报)下列的报道第6段讲到事发前几小时许多以色列人被撤离RADISSON SAS 饭店。这是以色列人经常住的一家饭店,到目前为止没有报道说有以色列人伤亡。

    http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/643639.html
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    Last update - 22:13 10/11/2005

    King Abdullah cancels trip to Israel after Amman triple suicide bombing
    By Yoav Stern and Zohar Blumenkrantz, Haaretz Correspondents, and News
    Agencies

    Israel on Thursday evening says Jordan's King Abdullah II has canceled
    a planned trip to Israel after at least 57 people were killed in
    simultaneous suicide bombings at three hotels the Jordanian capital
    of Amman on Wednesday night.

    An Israeli Arab businessman was one of the casualties in the multi-
    pronged terror attacks, the Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem said Thursday.
    Two high-ranking Palestinian security officials were also said to be
    among the dead.

    Husam Fathi Mahajna, 40, from the nothern town of Umm al-Fahm, was a
    guest at a wedding held at the Radisson Hotel and his body was taken
    to the Jordan University Hospital in Amman, where it was identified by
    a local friend.

    The family of Mahajna headed to Amman on Thursday morning. Mahajna was
    to be buried in his hometown on Thursday at 7 P.M.

    It was still unclear whether there were any other Israeli casualties in
    the attack. Hours before the bombings, many Israelis were evacuated from
    the Radisson SAS, one of the hotels hit in the attacks, apparently due
    to a specific security alert.

    More than 115 people were wounded in the bombings at the Radisson, Days Inn
    and Grand Hyatt, where the bomber is believed to have blown up in a banquet
    hall where a wedding reception was underway. The Radisson is known to be
    popular with Israeli tourists.

    "There were three terrorist attacks on the Grand Hyatt, Radisson SAS and
    Days Inn hotels and it is believed that the blasts were suicide bombings,"
    police spokesman Major Bashir al-Da'aja told The Associated Press. He
    declined to elaborate.

    Most of the victims of the attacks were Jordanian, said Jordanian Deputy
    Prime Minister Marwan Muashar said.

    Al-Qaida in Iraq posted a statement in an Arabic Internet site in which it
    claimed responsibility for the bombings.

    The claim of responsibility, signed in the name of the spokesman for the
    group Al-Qaida in Iraq, said that "after studying and watching the targets,
    places were chosen to carry out an attack on some hotels that the tyrant of
    Jordan has made the backyard garden for the enemy of the religion - Jews and
    crusaders."

    Hundreds of angry Jordanians rallied Thursday outside one
    of tthe three U.S.-based hotels attacked by suicide bombers, shouting,
    "Burn in hell, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi!" after the terrorist's group claimed
    responsibility for the blasts that killed at least 56 people, including an
    American.

    Protesters - including women and children - gathered outside a bombed hotels,
    shouting, "Death to al-Zarqawi, the villain and the traitor!" Drivers honked
    the horns of vehicles decorated with Jordanian flags and posters of the king.
    A helicopter hovered overhead.

    Jordan rounds up first suspects
    Jordan's King Abdullah II chaired a meeting with his security chiefs, just
    hours after returning home from a trip abroad and inspecting the still-
    smoldering sites.

    Jordanian security forces snared a group of Iraqi suspects in the triple
    hotel bombings that killed at least 56 people, and officials said Thursday
    one of the bombers spoke Iraqi-accented Arabic before he exploded his suicide
    belt in the Grand Hyatt Hotel.

    A senior security official linked the bombings to Jordan's war-ravaged eastern
    neighbor, saying the Hyatt bomber spoke with an Iraqi accent and several other
    Iraqis have been detained.

    Security staff patrolling the Hyatt stopped the middle-aged terrorist as he
    was wandering the lobby. He spoke briefly to the guards before detonating the
    explosives strapped underneath his Western-style suit, the official said on
    condition of anonymity because he was unauthorized to speak to the media.

    "Among those arrested there were different nationalities, including Iraqis
    and other Arabs, and not only Jordanians," the official added.

    Another official, insisting on anonymity because he is not allowed to speak
    to the press, said that DNA tests were being carried out to determine the
    identity of the perpetrators, including two suicide bombers who blew
    themselves up in two of the separate hotel attacks. A third suicide attacker
    used a car to attack the third hotel.

    Palestinian officials among dead
    Two high-ranking Palestinian security officials, a senior Palestinian banker
    and the commercial attache at the Palestinian embassy in Cairo died in the
    bombings in Jordan, the Palestinian envoy to Amman said on Thursday.

    Maj.-Gen. Bashir Nafeh, the head of military intelligence in the West Bank,
    and Col. Abed Allun, a high-ranking Preventive Security forces official, were
    killed in the attack at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Ambassador Attala Kheri told
    The AP in a telephone interview.

    Jihad Fatouh, the commercial attache at the Palestinian Embassy in Cairo, and
    Mosab Khorma, deputy Chairman of Cairo-Amman Bank in the Palestinian
    territories, were also killed in the three nearly simultaneous suicide
    bombings on American-owned hotels in the Jordanian capital on Wednesday
    night, Kheri said.

    The Palestinian Authority ordered Palestinian flags lowered to half-staff
    for one day, and declared a three-day mourning period.

    "It's a very sad day for Palestinians, and we extend our condolences to King
    Abdullah and the Jordanian people," Prime Minister Ahmed Qureia told reporters.
    "We condemn this attack vehemently. It's a criminal attack that targeted
    innocent civilians."

    International condemnation
    Jordan's King Abdullah II condemned the attacks as "criminal acts committed
    by a deviant and misleading bunch" and said they would not sway Jordan from
    continuing its battle against terrorism. He cut short his official visit to
    Kazakhstan to return home.

    "The hand of justice will get to the criminals who targeted innocent secure
    civilians with their 禽ardly acts," he said in a statement carried by the
    official Petra news agency.

    Prime Minister Ariel Sharon called King Abdullah and expressed his condolences.
    He told the Jordanian King the entire world must unite in the war against
    terror.

    U.S. President George W. Bush condemned the bombings and offered U.S.
    assistance in the investigation.

    "The president condemns in the strongest possible terms the vicious terrorist
    attacks against innocent civilians in Amman, Jordan," said a statement by
    White House spokesman Scott McClellan.

    "Jordan is a close friend of the United States, and we will offer every
    possible form of cooperation in investigating these attacks and assisting
    in efforts to bring these terrorists to justice," he added.

    Israelis allowed to return
    A Jordanian police official said the attacks hit minutes before 9 P.M. in
    two districts in the Jordanian capital, including the commercial areas of
    Jebel Amman and al-Rabiyeh, which houses the Israeli Embassy.

    The Allenby border crossing between Israel and Jordan was opened to allow
    Israelis to leave the Hashemite Kingdom immediately.

    The first bomber struck the Grand Hyatt, completely shattering the stone
    entrance.

    Police said a second explosion hit the nearby Radisson SAS hotel where about
    250 people were attending a wedding reception.

    The Radisson in particular is popular with Israeli tourists and was a target
    of several foiled Al-Qaida plots in the past.

    "The attacks carry the hallmark of Al-Qaida," one police official said on
    condition of anonymity in line with police regulations. "However it is not
    certain. We are investigating."

    Ayman al-Safadi, editor of Jordan's Al-Ghad newspaper, told Al-Arabiya
    satellite network that it was a "terrorist operation."

    "Finally, the terrorists succeeded in breaking the security in Jordan," he
    said, referring to past success in foiling many terror plots.

    The Grand Hyatt and Radisson SAS hotels, in the Jebel Amman district, are
    located about one kilometer apart and are frequented by American and European
    businessmen and diplomats. The Days Inn is located three kilometers away.

    An American businessman who was at the Grand Hyatt when the explosion occurred,
    said that it was caused by a "bomb that went off in the lobby." He declined
    to identify himself.

    "It was a miracle that we made it out with a scratch," said a British guest at
    the Grand Hyatt.

    "We thought it was fireworks for the wedding but I saw people falling to the
    ground," said Ahmed, a wedding guest at the Radisson who did not give his
    surname. "I saw blood. There were people killed. It was ugly."

    Security was beefed up across the capital, especially around hotels and
    diplomatic missions, police said. Several armed policemen and cars were
    patrolling the streets of Amman, where Jordanian Prime Minister Adnan Badran
    declared Thursday a national holiday - apparently in order to allow tightened
    security measures to take hold.

    Jordan, a key ally of both the United States and Israel, had largely escaped
    the terror attacks that have hit other parts of the Middle East, and its
    sleepy capital, Amman, is viewed as a haven of stability in the region.

    But Jordan has not been entirely immune: On August 19, militants fired three
    Katyusha rockets at a Navy ship docked at the Red Sea resort of Aqaba, narrowly
    missing it and killing a Jordanian soldier.

    Jordanian officials blamed that attack on Al-Qaida in Iraq, and there have
    been growing worries that the violence in Iraq could spill over into Jordan,
    where many Iraqi exiles have taken refuge from the violence.

    Jordan has arrested scores of Islamic militants for plotting to carry out
    attacks in the moderate Arab kingdom. It has also sentenced numerous militants
    to death in absentia, including the Jordanian-born leader of al-Qaida in Iraq,
    Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.
     
  3. longer

    longer 知名会员 ID:982

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    这种真的新闻
    中国政府还不赶快大大褒扬
    这种在国际表现英勇的事迹
    显然中国官员不称职
    还要轮得到约旦电视台报导
    还得等大伙在网络上
    不具名的来称赞他们
     
  4. lostseason

    lostseason 新手上路 ID:56466

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    散布假新闻的目的是什么?
     
  5. 他山之石

    他山之石 知名会员 ID:37147

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    现场

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  6. Marvin

    Marvin 知名会员 ID:2699 VIP

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    左边地上还有只手,太可怕了
     
  7. tulip Festival

    tulip Festival 新手上路 ID:50306

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  8. Kent以东首帅哥

    Kent以东首帅哥 新手上路 ID:208

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    多半是运气不好被爆炸殃及池鱼,不然哪能三个人都按不住一个人。
     
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    做人体炸弹的人也蛮可怜的, 被动炸死的人就那么一瞬间过去了. 而他们却要受好多TRAINING, 很久就知道自己的目的是什么; 特别从那对夫妻身上, 也能看到他们的感情和人性, 在这些人的背后, 需要多大的勇气,信念或屈辱,愤怒?
     

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